Posted 21 February 2012 - 07:50 PM
Edited by Slamman, 21 February 2012 - 07:55 PM.
As my nVidia link pointed out, they operate as a company without ties to others, whereas AMD and ATI are really one, and Intel is likely to face some Anti-Trust legalities down the road. I mentioned it looks like due to nVidia's response to inquiries, they'll try and support AMD owners as well as Intel boards, how far they get depends on the vendors perhaps, but the way I was reading the legal story, Intel wouldn't be pleased if nVidia offered a successful GPU CPU all in one solution that would shut them out in a market!?? haha
To add, PhysX is old, but now tied to nVidia card specs, but as I recall, not something nVidia can lay claim to, they just thought to include it
I was reading most recently about their 3DTV feature set for the ROG Asus laptops, it uses a capable HDMI 1.4 port to send any 3D HDTV a feed from the laptop, though the laptop's screen is a normal non 3D model LED